In this paper we introduced algorithms for constructing Smarandache-lattice from the Boolean algebra through Atomic lattice, weakly atomic modular lattice, Normal ideals, Minimal subspaces, Structural matrix algebra, Residuated lattice. We also obtained algorithms for Smarandache-lattice from the Boolean algebra. For basic concept we refer to Gratzer. Topics: Smarandache-lattice, Lattice, Boolean algebra
The implementation used to create that animation use the Lattice-Boltzmann Method, which is a kind of cellular automaton to simulate the macroscopic behavior of fluids. The animation only show force field vectors, not surface reconstruction. Topic: fluid dinamic Lattice Boltzmann
The implementation used to create that animation use the Lattice-Boltzmann Method, which is a kind of cellular automaton to simulate the macroscopic behavior of fluids. The animation only show force field vectors, not surface reconstruction. More staff: http://vmuriel.blogspot.com/ Topic: fluid dinamic Lattice Boltzmann
The Lattice modifier converts the segments or edges of a shape or object into cylindrical struts with optional joint polyhedra at the vertices. Use this either to create renderable structural geometry based on the mesh topology, or as an alternate method to achieve a rendered wireframe effect. I tend to use the lattice modifier more for rendering than for modeling. My problem with the Lattice modifier for modeling is there is very little control of the results. You have the option of turning... Topics: 3ds, max, modifier, lattice
This 3ds Max video tutorial covers how to model a parametric screen constructed from hexagons. This technique is pretty straight forward. We start with a 6 sided nGon then uses a series of modifiers to create the lattice work. This tutorial does not get into rendering, just how this geometry can be quickly modeled while maintaining parametric relationships for things such as the size or the members, the size of the opening, and level of variation in the pattern. Topics: 3ds, max, ngon, lattice
Papers on Smarandache Lattice and Pseudo Complement, Smarandache’s Conjecture on Consecutive Primes, Signed Domatic Number of Directed Circulant Graphs, Generalized Quasi-Kenmotsu Manifolds, Geometry on Non-Solvable Equations-A Review on Contradictory Systems, and other topics. Topics: Smarandache Lattice, Pseudo Complement
R&D Report 1977-16 : MF lattice planning on a spherical earth. P.A. Laven Planning of frequency assignments using a lattice network on a plane surface offers a uniform number of assignments per unit area and uniform levels of interference for each transmitter. A study of the problem of fitting a lattice network to the spherical surface of the Earth, without affecting these basic properties, shows that the representation of the Earth by an icosahedron is not a satisfactory solution and that... Topics: lattice, spherical, plane, assignments, network, polyhedron, sphere, interference, surface,...
Complex human activity recognition suffers from ambiguity of interpretation problem. A novel neutrosophic formal concept analysis method has been proposed to quantify non-determinism leading to ambiguity of interpretation and utilize it in activity recognition. The method works by penalizing performance of non-deterministic activities and rewarding the deterministic ones. Thus, non- deterministic activities are identified during testing due to significantly reduced performance and contexts can... Topics: Sensors Data Streams, Concept Lattice, Neutrosophic Logic
Since no fusion theory neither rule fully satisfy all needed applications, theauthor proposes an algorithm for the Unification of Fusion Theories and a combination of fusion rules in solving problems/applications. For each particular application, one selects the most appropriate model, rule(s), and algorithm of implementation. Topics: Distributive lattice, Boolean algebra, Conjunctive rule
Fuzzy Formal Concept Analysis (FCA) is a mathematical tool for the effective representation of imprecise and vague knowledge. However, with a large number of formal concepts from a fuzzy context, the task of knowledge representation becomes complex. Topics: Crisp Context, Concept Lattice, Formal Concept Analysis
New notions are introduced in algebra in order to better study the congruences in number theory. For example, the make an important such contribution. Topics: algebraic structures, semigroup, group, ring, field, lattice
Lattice structures due to their low weight and high performance as structural elements have been widely used in different aerospace applications. In this paper, effective parameters on the design of anisogrid lattice conical shells are investigated. First, filament winding patterns regarding the desired axial strength is decided. Then, regarding geometrical relations, effective parameters in order to form the anisogrid cell are identified. Distance of circular ribs from each other has an... Topics: Rib, Stiffness Matrix, Lattice Structure, Finite Element
The various inadequacies of Callaway's phenomenological model of lattice thermal conductivity has been critically analyzed and the model is repaired in a modified form in which the systematic replacement of life time by line widths amicably resolves the various issues. The involvement of various scattering events in the heat transport, e.g., boundary scattering, impurity scattering, anharmonic phonon scattering, resonance scattering and interference scattering has been addressed in the... Topics: Lattice Thermal Conductivity, Phonons, Various Scattering
Roxie's math Fish is an educational game which teaches simple, common math to children in kindergarten. It plays in the style of ' Go Fish', except instead of asking for a number it asks the player for a math problem. When the correct one is chosen by the player, an animated cat named Roxie says the problom aloud, helping the player to learn the problem and how to pronounce it. Topics: pc, lattice works, roxie's math fish
We develop a novel information fusion scheme based on topological event space, viewed as a distributive lattice. We discuss the advantages of topological modeling and compare our approach to the existing Bayesian, Dempster-Shafer, and Dezert-Smarandache approaches. The proposed scheme is described in detail and illustrated with an example of fusion ofthree sensors in the presence of missing information. Topics: Information Fusion, Probability, Lattice Theory, Distributive Lattice, Topology, Topological Event...